Peerspace, a marketplace for hourly rentals of unique spaces for events, meetings, photo shoots and media productions, is heading to Philadelphia. The company provides simple booking access to over 10,000 venues along with expert event support.
Locations currently available can be found in such in-demand cities as San Francisco, Dallas, Austin, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington DC , Atlanta and now Philadelphia – with more locales to be added throughout 2019. Notable Peerspace Philadelphia locations include a Historical Mansion featured in a Super Bowl Commercial, a Lofted Creative Studio, a Downtown Theater and a Trendy Coffee Shop blocks from Washington Square.
“We make it easy for anyone to find and rent a truly unique space for meetings, parties, social media content creation, film shoots – or any special occasion,” said Eric Shoup, CEO at Peerspace. “Philadelphia is full of historical awe-inspiring buildings, bars, lofts and spaces. We’re excited to work with owners to enable them to generate income from their amazing spaces that would otherwise go unused during certain times of the week or year.”
Peerspace enables property owners to generate income from their facilities, offices and spaces – which otherwise may remain empty or underutilized seasonally or on certain days of the week. For event and meeting planners, Peerspace removes the hassles of intricate booking negotiations and paperwork, while Peerspace’s expert support provides knowledgeable guidance and service to make sure events go off without a hitch.
The company’s nationwide catalog of unique spaces and locations range from an authentic Brooklyn Coffee Shop to a 1906 Historic Church in Pasadena, California to a Downtown Chicago office in one of the nation’s tallest buildings and now, a 70’s Era Recording Studio in Philadelphia.
Founded in April of 2014, Peerspace is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago.